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Noah Simms’s review published on Letterboxd:
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A Soderbergh tragedy that has fantastically crafted build up that gets too clever, and unconventional for it's own good in it's final act. With it's Fincherian visuals, tone, and pacing it feels pretty special in that first bit, but falls off after it's final twist thats honestly pretty lame and underwhelming.
In conclusion an interesting concept that ends up selling it's morally ambiguous characters far too short all while going from a potentially amazing mystery thriller, into a kind of Sunday night soap opera. Eh. I give it credit for that first half though, some great cinematography and beats that feel unique.